I met this band by chance at Pistoia Blues 2018 and it impressed me .
A true revelation
I decided to review their album.
Quintet of Pisa, composed of musicians with important experiences: in just 5 years a considerable baggage was built. That’s why this debut sounds mature and stylistically secure. The genre? A hard rock blues with America in the heart.
Tuscany has always been a land of rock, in fact since the 80s many groups of all kinds and sub-genres are born and thrive and the average quality is surprising.
This time we deal with The Cabin Fevers, a quintet that pays homage to Rolling Stones and Black Crowes with lots of slide guitar (played divinely) and that wonderful laziness typical of southern rock. Since the refrain of “Carry On” that opens the record, we listen to a contagious rock, even better “Over Again” and “Little Lady” two pieces that pay homage to the rock of the ’70s with the same ardor of those who lived them really .
After six rock songs in the round, comes the ballad with the explicit title: “Love Song”. Not bad, because it’s delicious. With “Mag At School” you return to the roots, with many Aerosmith in the groove and after other emotions the album closes with the wonderful “River Of Tears”, a classic rock with a chorus that you will not forget.
The scratchy and soulful voice of Renato Terzani is perfect for finding space between the rolling ErBiacco guitars meet precise rhythm section that accentuates each passage. The production of the good Pietro Foresti contributes to enhance the thickness of The Cabin Fevers, which even if the debut album, prove mature and masters of the material.
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